The Budget

Inside look at the life of a statistician

By By Trae Green

February 13, 2013

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At the 2012 Fall Sports Jamboree, I was approached by the assistant coaches for the Varsity Girls Basketball team about keeping statistics for the team. Word had gotten out that I had taken accurate stats for the football team...

Students get creative for winter formal proposals

By By Kendra Schwartz

February 6, 2013

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As Feb. 14 approaches, love is in the air. Roses, flowers, chocolate, and fish? The Valentine’s Day spirit struck early this year with various couples’ elaborate Winter Formal proposals. One of the first guys to take the...

Overview: Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

By By Matt Roe

February 1, 2013

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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery of tests or ASVAB, is a series of tests administered to all military applicants. The test is the military’s equivalent of the SAT or ACT. The test covers 8 subjects: General Science,...

#A little bird told me

By By Abby Gillam

January 30, 2013

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Twitter was originally created to “connect people with the latest stories, opinions, ideas and news in a brief way.” This is the only reason English teacher Shannon Draper believes it should not be blocked from the school’s...

Sixth grader accelerated to LHS

By By Shelby Steichen

January 30, 2013

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As the bell rings to signal the end of class, students file into the halls and bustle through the traffic to get to their next classes. Caught in the crowd is sixth grader Aidan Pierce, with his brown puffy coat and wheeled backpack...

School leaves lunchroom trashed

By By K.C. McLaughlin

January 30, 2013

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The lunchroom has seen nearly 60 years of students passing through the lunch-lines and eating at tables, but the problem of students leaving behind trash and trays is a relatively new one to janitor Dean Alt. “I’ve been...

Classes provide gifts, hope for the holidays

By By Tiffany Robbins

December 19, 2012

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While many Lawrence families this month will relax by watching holiday movies and unwrapping gifts, others will struggle to find enough food. The season is back for the Adopt a Family Christmas project, a nonprofit program...

Elf Experiment takes interesting turn

By By Lousia Holland

December 19, 2012

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Once upon a November day, I was filled with a brilliant idea. I wondered if I could raise high school students’ holiday spirit with a simple holiday contest that involved finding a cute little elf, and being rewarded with candy....

Mascot costume filled

By By Candace Barnes

December 18, 2012

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For the first time in two years, the Chesty Lion is making appearances at games. The person behind the mask is senior Anna Springe, someone who normally wouldn’t be seen at games, except for in the band section. Springe...

Senior utilizes musical talents

By By Katrina Jacobsen

December 18, 2012

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While many travel all over the school for their classes, senior Adam Edmonds spends the majority of his school day in one place: the music wing. A participant of four choirs, two bands and AP Music Theory, Edmonds is well prepared...

Poems adorn restrooms

By By Colton Lovelace

December 18, 2012

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“That inescapable animal walks with me, has followed me since the black womb held,” isn’t the normal writing you’d see in the bathrooms. But in the English hallway men’s restroom, you are able to read poems while...

Music director describes upcoming musical

By By Zia Kelly

December 18, 2012

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On Jan. 24-26 students will put on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” Directors needed to find people who could take on a role and interpret it through song and dance as well as acting. Choral director Dwayne Dunn explains...

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